(formerly known as TRELLCHEM® EVO) Top of the line hazmat suit providing maximum protection against the most aggressive chemicals in all forms, including warfare agents. Approved to the world's toughest standards, EN 943-2 and NFPA 1991:2016 including the optional chemical flash fire and liquefied gas protection requirements.

  • An "All inclusive" hazmat suit
  • Offers outstanding permeation times - tested for 24 hours
  • Patented fabric system with antistatic butyl rubber and chemical and degradation resistant Viton® rubber on an aramid base fabric
  • Meets NFPA 1991:2016 including the optional chemical flash fire and liquefied gas protection requirements
  • PyroMan™ tested
  • Approved for work in explosive atmospheres


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AlphaTec® EVO comes in three different designs to fit all user preferences:

  • Encapsulating design type CV (wide vision visor with 3D depth of 20 cm) - Well-proven design that fits on top of all major SCBA brands and bottle sizes
  • Encapsulating design type VP1 (larger visor) - Fits on top of all major SCBA brands and bottle sizes
  • Non-encapsulating design type T - Suitable for work in confined spaces


Outer: Strong, flexible and flame retardant aramid fabric coated with antistatic butyl rubber and an additional top layer of Viton® rubber.
Inner: Chloroprene rubber and a multilayer barrier laminate.

This patented fabric system makes a strong and flexible material, which offers an outstanding chemical barrier - more than 24 hours protec­tion against a wide range of chemicals including warfare agents - coupled with degradation and flame resistance. 


Stitched with aramid thread for superior strength and durability. Sealed on the outside with a glued-on rubber tape and on the inside with a welded-on barrier laminate tape. The welded-on barrier tape provides a continuous barrier layer across the seam, giving the same chemical protection as the garment material itself. Read more about the unique AlphaTec® Seam Technology.


Red (standard) or Olive green (upon request)


  • NFPA 1991:2016 incl. the optional Chemical Flash Fire & Liquefied Gas protection requirements*
  • EN 943-1:2015 + A1:2019
  • EN 943-2:2019
  • EN 1073-2:2002 (radioactive particle protection)
  • EN 14126:2003 (infective agent protection)
  • EN 1149-5:2008 (antistatic suit material)
  • Approved for use in ATEX zones 0, 1, 2/20, 21, 22 and chemical group IIA, IIB, IIC

* Only encapsulating suits with sewn-in socks/booties.


Made from a rigid 2 mm impact and chemical resistant PVC. Comes in two optional sizes; CV or the larger VP1. 
Covered by a replaceable, antistatic Tear-off/ATEX lens.


Made from rubber and anatomically designed for optimum safety and comfort. A Mini Hood comes with all type T suits.
Read more about the AlphaTec® Mini Hood.


AlphaTec®  #02-100 inner glove (formerly known as Ansell Barrier) and outer AlphaTec® #38-628 Viton®/Butyl rubber gloveSuits certified to NFPA 1991:2016 also have an additional outer knitted cut protective glove, the AlphaTec® Overglove, made from aramid fiber.
The gloves are attached with a Bayonet glove ring system, which offers quick and simple glove exchange.
Read more about Gloves.


Suits can be fitted with either sewn-in socks/booties made of the garment material or attached Nitrile rubber safety boots with European approval as Firemen’s boots (not on suits certified to NFPA 1991:2016). The boots are fixed with an ergo­nomically designed ring attachment, for simplified boot exchange. Read more about Boots.


HCR zipper, which includes a barrier film for increased chemical resistance. The zipper is closing downwards, for added safety, and is protected by a flap/splash guard.


A ventilation system is included as standard. For the safety of the wearer, it provides a constant level of overpressure inside the suit. The Regulating valve has 3 ventilation rates (2, 30 and 100 l/min) plus zero/off position and is an option also available in a passthrough version for use with external air supply. Encapsulating suits have two overpressure valves in the back of the hood. Non-encapsulating suits have one overpressure valve on the chest. Read more about Suit Ventilation.


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